“Amnesty Days:” One Father’s Made-Up Day of Forgiveness

There are many religious traditions that help people atone for doing something wrong. But in this StoryCorps conversation, we’ll hear from a dad who created his own method of repentance for his kids. Vickie and Michael Feldstein grew up in...

Mom + Dad (Violet Delgado)

I asked my parents about different aspects of their life’s and learned more about my family history.

Briana Matusovsky and Jessica Cramer on Celebrating Life

Briana interviewed Jessica, her roommate, on Norwegian traditions and memories with her family. Jessica discussed how her late grandparents continuously inspire her everyday.

Mother Doty’s Life Story

Basically I asked my mom questions about her beliefs, lessons, and experiences throughout her life. She does her best to give full and thorough answers; I try to read her mood with each question to decide what to ask next.

Cultural Artifacts
February 10, 2019 App Interview

Andrew Nye talks about his experience being a first generation American.

The stories that will always last

We talked about my grandma’s childhood and tragedies through out her lives. Also, it was about family stories and traditions.

Semester 1 APUSH Grade Reclamation

Here, my mother describes her upbringing in America and its benefits for her life. I interviewed my mother as she is the only close family I have who grew up in America as a child.

Argent Castiblanco

Argent es de Columbia y ella viene a Los Estados Unidos a la edad el vientinueve. Ella habla sobre su vida en Columbia y como diferente es en Los Estados Unidos. Tam one, Argent habla los tradiciones y cosas hacer...

Family heritage

How my mothers heritage has made her the person she is Today

Kennedy Williams and her grandma Willie Mae Hines talk about growing up in Champaign, Illinois.

Kennedy Williams interviewed her grandma (Willie Mae Hines) about her childhood in Mississippi, Louisiana, and Illinois. Willie Mae talks about her family and children and leaving a message to the future generations.

The Mile Walk In My Life

In the interview we talked about tradition , what was childhood like , and mostly what tradition was held up until this day and the true meaning behind it.

Ramesh Chandrasekaran talks about our family’s ancestors and traditions in Plano, Texas.

Ramesh Chandrasekaran talks about our ancestors and the activities that they took part in back then. He also talks about a very interesting tradition that we still do at home today and it’s significance in the Hindu culture.

Daddy Goo’s life story

We are in Daddy Goo’s home in the Gramercy apartments. I asked many personal questions and I have learned a lot from his answers. This opportunity has made our relationship closer and I’m am grateful.

Immigration Interview

An interview with my neighbor, Irma Lobo, on her life and the Filipino tradition.

Interview with Craig McPhie

In this interview, in November 2018, Craig McPhie shares stories and talks about his childhood and family including his father who flew planes during WWII. He also talks about his school, an inspiring biology teacher, and his interests in science...

Traditions

Talked about life as a child, traditions and people we value, and the importance of family.

Jennifer Moreno talks about what she’s grateful for as she reminisces life as a migrant

In this interview, Liz Plata (19) interviews her friend Jennifer Moreno (20) about her perspective on Thanksgiving as a Latina. She elaborates on how her family celebrates Christmas more than Thanksgiving as a result of being from Mexico, where they...